Gail Rosen is the Shareholder in Charge of the Somerset County Office at WilkinGuttenplan. She specializes in tax and accounting services for closely-held businesses, real estate, construction, professional firms, and individuals. Gail has been a practicing CPA for over 35 years, and is well known and respected in the accounting and business communities. Gail is frequently featured in local and national publications and is known for being able to explain complex tax situations in easy to understand, actionable terms. Prior to joining the firm, Gail founded Gail Rosen CPA, PC and managed this practice from 1983 to when the firm merged with WilkinGuttenplan in 2017.

Licenses & Certifications:

  • CPA License: New Jersey

Professional and Civic Achievements:

  • Member of the Board of the Somerset Business Partnership
  • Member of the Board of the Small Business Development Center
  • Vice President and Founding Board Member of the Crime Stoppers of New Jersey
  • Vice President and Founding Board Member Federal and State Tax Committees for the NJCPA
  • Earned the prestigious distinction of a “Woman of Influence” by NJBiz
  • Named “Outstanding Person in Business & Industry” by the Somerset County Business Partnership
  • Awarded “Best of the Best Accountants” by the Courier News
  • Named as the “Person To Watch” by Business News of New Jersey
  • Honored as “2017 Outstanding Citizen of the Year” by Somerset County Business Partnership


  • Gail graduated with a Bachelor in Business Administration and Accounting from Baruch College. She continues her education through regular CPE and educational seminars.


What excites you most about the future of your industry?

Accountants are no longer number crunchers. We are more involved in consulting with our clients and it is exciting to see our impact on their business.

What is your favorite part of the culture at WG?

That everyone cares about each other. We are a team and everyone works together for the best service for the client.

What motivates you?

Connecting the right people together.

What’s your next big adventure?

I am going on an African Safari in December. Going with business friends that have become my good personal friends.

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